Today it is very clear and accepted that the risk of developing a disease depends on the interaction between individual, environment and personal susceptibility.
We need to be aware that genetic inheritance plays an important role in the development of diseases, but now, thanks to new technologies and research on this topic, we can find effective personalized solutions for each individual.
If a person's genetic constellation is known early enough, interventional countermeasures have a greater chance of success.
Our DNA with its genes can contain “forms” that predispose us to the risk of incurring diseases. Technically speaking, some relatively common genetic polymorphisms have been studied which, if associated with each other and
combined with specific environmental components, can significantly increase the risk of developing widespread pathologies.
A genetic predisposition (sometimes also called genetic susceptibility) is an increased likelihood of developing a particular disease based on a person’s genetic makeup. A genetic predisposition results from specific genetic variations
that are often inherited from a parent. These genetic changes contribute to the development of a disease but do not directly cause it. Some people with a predisposing genetic variation will never get the disease while others will, even
within the same family.
Genetic variations can have large or small effects on the likelihood of developing a particular disease.
Current research is focused on identifying genetic changes that have a small effect on disease risk but are common in the general population. Although each of these variations only slightly increases a person’s risk, having changes in several different genes may combine to increase disease risk significantly. Changes in many genes, each with a small effect, may underlie susceptibility to many common diseases, including cancer, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and mental
Genetic testing is a valuable scientific tool in preventive medicine.
Attention, the genetic test does not tell us when we will get sick, but it provides us with valuable information on personal susceptibility to certain pathologies, thus allowing us to act in a timely manner.
Through genetic testing we can find out if we are hereditarily prone to cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, autism and many other pathologies that arouse feelings of fear and worry.
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